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Marriage and God’s Glory

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Dave and Ann Wilson with cohost Bob Lepine

Authors John Trent and Curt Hamner talk about the purpose of marriage—God’s glory. Glorifying God in marriage echoes who He is and how He loves us. This loving God is a God of unity and community, and He reveals that through marriage.


The Theology of Marriage - Monday, January 20, 2020

Authors Curt Hamner and John Trent talk about the theology of marriage. When we open the book of Genesis, we see that God had a specific purpose for Adam and Eve. Civilization began with the foundation of marriage, but since the Fall, marriages have been in trouble. Together they explain that, even during difficulty, marriage is still important.

Catch the Little Foxes - Friday, January 17, 2020

Though the Song of Solomon was written thousands of years ago, Sharon Jaynes believes it still has practical applications for us today. It’s not just about marital intimacy, but also about love, romance, and passion. Jaynes talks about the “little foxes,” which can be people, church, work, or apathy that can ruin a marriage if a couple isn't careful. 

Kiss Me, and Kiss Me Again - Thursday, January 16, 2020

Sharon Jaynes, author of “Lovestruck,” looks to the Song of Solomon for practical wisdom on love and romance. Jaynes studies the Shulamite woman, who is head over heels for Solomon, to find out what is most attractive to a woman, and then tells what Solomon found most attractive in her.

Song of Solomon: God’s Picture of Marital Intimacy - Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Author Sharon Jaynes dives headlong into the Song of Solomon to teach us about biblical romance. By studying the relationship between Solomon and his Shulamite, we get a picture of God’s design for marriage. And, what we see modeled by our parents influences our ideas about love later in life. 

Habits of Joy - Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Dr. Marcus Warner and Reverend Chris Coursey, authors of the book “The 4 Habits of Joy-Filled Marriages,” reveal four habits that, if practiced, will make your marriage happier. Find out more about the habits of playing together, appreciating one another, listening for emotion, and nurturing a rhythm.

Cultivating Joy in Marriage - Monday, January 13, 2020

Dr. Marcus Warner and Reverend Chris Coursey want you to know how to cultivate joy in your marriage. They explain what recent discoveries in brain science have been found as they relate to joy, and encourage couples to sow seeds of joy into their marriages for a more satisfying marriage.

Tyler Strong - Friday, January 10, 2020

Tony and Kelly Trent, parents of Tyler Trent, talk about Tyler’s heroic battle with bone cancer. Tyler received his second diagnosis of bone cancer when he was a high school senior. Despite his treatment, he enrolled as a freshman at Purdue and lived his life to the full, cheering on the Boilermakers, until his death in 2018.

A Challenging Diagnosis - Thursday, January 9, 2020

Tony and Kelly Trent reflect on the difficult cancer journey of their son, Tyler, one of the biggest fans the Purdue Boilermakers ever had. Tyler loved the Lord and had a fascination for sports statistics. At the age of 15, Tyler was diagnosed with bone cancer, but pressed on, despite the challenging treatment.

Believing for Our Prodigals - Wednesday, January 8, 2020

God is always working in our lives. But many times, we just don't see it. Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth and her husband, Robert, remind us that we have a Father in heaven who is so good and faithful. Even if your loved one has turned their back on Him, continue to entrust that child or loved one to the One who knows and loves them best.

Lectionary Calendar
Tuesday, January 21st, 2020
the Second Week after Epiphany
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